After studying this course, you should be able to:
demonstrate a critical understanding of a range of types of evidence for Hadrianic Rome, including literary sources, inscriptions, coins and buildings
describe the impact Hadrian had upon the appearance of the city of Rome
compare and contrast different interpretations of the Pantheon and other Hadrianic monuments
discuss how the wider Roman empire was visible in the art and architecture of Hadrianic Rome
evaluate the significance of commemoration after death to emperors, and how this was linked to divine rights to rule.